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Five Ways to Utilize Lessons Learned After a Project

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Alok Kaushik

30 November 2016 – Mumbai, India A new resource has been added to the PM World Library related to ways to utilize lessons learnt after a project. The new resource is an online article titled "5 Ways to Utilize Lessons Learned After a Project" that provides suggestions to help project managers plan a software project that incorporates lessons learnt from previous projects.

This article was written by Gulit Upadhyay, a digital marketing engineer at, a company dedicated to providing great project management software. The article was published on, a web-app marketplace.

The best thing about the article is the simple yet powerful and easy to implement suggestions that could make big differences in the way projects are managed and the culture that is built in the organisation. The five suggestions are - Tell Everyone That They Are Each Expected to Bring Some Lesson Learned to the Final Project Review, Reduce the Barriers to Communicating Feedback About the Project and Lessons Learned, Value Open Honest Communication Whether Positive Feedback or Constructive Criticism, Make Providing Feedback About the Project Fun, and Follow Up on People’s Feedback, Implement Positive Changes and Share the Lessons Learned.

This article would be particularly useful for project managers who face challenges in executing and implementing the lessons learnt from previous projects. The suggestions may help project managers to be more effective in the approach to manage projects.

To access this new resource, go to the Applications and Hot Topics section of the library at, click on “Lessons Learned”, scroll down to resource. Must be a registered and logged in library member to access.